Hot Brooklyn Areas and Neighborhoods for a Sound Investment
Brooklyn is back! It’s made its way back from the recession, and it’s time for both private investors and homebuyers to snatch up some great Brooklyn apartments in good neighborhoods. With the new arrival of the Barclay’s Center drawing a lot of buzz, this big-money project is sure enhance property values even a half-mile away. Just like the Staples Center in Los Angeles created a boom, Brooklyn real estate in the downtown area near Barclay’s Center is sure to follow. With alcove studios in Oro and Prospect Park townhomes, the time to invest is now. All around, the Barclay’s Center is sure to invigorate surrounding neighborhoods. Investors can purchase the downtown Brooklyn apartments for rent and score a good deal.
The Williamsburg neighborhood in Brooklyn is still hot. It’s a diverse neighborhood with empty-nesters, professionals and young families flocking there for some prime Brooklyn real estate. With all of its perks, this neighborhood is way underpriced. Prospective residents can find waterfront condos, scenic parks and restaurants serving up freshly baked pies and farm-fresh food. The North Side and Edge Piers make this neighborhood feel like a resort. Boutique condos and other trendy Brooklyn apartments have become reasonable prices and affordable! This area is projected to grow in value by 40 percent through 2015. Other fine neighborhoods in Brooklyn include Park Slope, Windsor Terrace and Gowanus.
Brooklyn has over 30 unique and distinct neighborhoods. Each one boasts its own personality. At Hillel Realty Group, we have the experience and industry expertise to guide you to the best Brooklyn real estate to match your wallet and style. Whether you are seeking to be a landlord or homeowner, we are committed to providing our clients with outstanding value in their real estate investments. If you’re looking for the best investment in Brooklyn apartments, be sure to give us a call.
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